Product Support & Documentation
|Xi 8088 IBM PC/XT Compatible Processor Board
Build your own IBM compatible PC.
This backplane can be used with the XI8088 and many other single board computers.
|ISA Floppy Disk and Serial Controller
This ISA Floppy Disk and Serial Controller card supports up to two floppy drives.
This card replaces a physical hard drive with a Compact Flash (CF)
|OPL2 Adlib Compatible Sound Card
This sound card is compatible with the AdLib Music Synthesizer
|Retro Pie Instructions
This page shows how to setup your brand new SD card for the first time.
Retro Computing Software Development
| FreeDOS 1.3 Installation
This page shows how to install FreeDOS 1.3
| Quick Reference Utility by David Jurgens
The information found here is distilled knowledge of many
|16-bit Development Environment Setup on Windows 10
This page shows how to setup a 16-bit development environment
Retro computing is the use of vintage computers and video game consoles, typically from the 1980s and 1990s. It is a hobby that involves collecting, restoring, and playing with these older systems, both as a means of nostalgia and to learn more about the history of technology. Many retro computing enthusiasts build home-made computers and develop software and games for them, while others collect and preserve original systems.
|Retro Consoles and Games